Gypsy Blood

Gypsy Blood

Gypsy Blood examines the culture that Gypsy and Traveller fathers hand on to their children, which many non-gypsy view as overly violent, exploring its impact on two fathers and their young sons.

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FilmGrinder S (ag) wrote: 77%"Finally broke your cherry."-Detective (Rufus Sewell)Has everything a good caper is supposed to have, except women.

Geoff J (us) wrote: The Dinosaur Poo-ject more like.

Rachel M (mx) wrote: if i were a cleaner, i would be very embarrassed to meet my alumnus. most of all, i wouldn't like to see n take care of the bloody shit. but she did for her family. according to a Korean proverb, the woman is weak, but the mother is strong!

Walter M (us) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]"Three Times" contains three stylish vignettes set in Taiwan in 1966(Time for Love), 1911(Time for Freedom) and 2005(Time for Youth), each starring Qi Shu and Chen Chang playing characters in differing states of infatuation. Each story was made in an attempt to emulate each era's movies, not so much the reality of that time.(Any time period never looks at itself completely honestly, censoring out any forbidden subjects, thus giving truth to the lie that nobody had hot sex before 1969.) Although 1966 owes a lot to Wong Kar Wai, 1911 is done as a silent film complete with intertitles and musical accompaniment, albeit in color. With the earlier times, there is a sense of so close and so far for the couple in question but in 2005 with total freedom, the couple is together but not happy, suggesting that with increased liberty, we are not necessarily any happier than in stricter times. But you know what? I'll take my chances with the present day... [/font]

John B (gb) wrote: Crap. How did this end up as a Film Festival pic. The characters have the complexity of cardboard as they meet stereotypes well.

Gerasimos E (ag) wrote: Pin used to be my childhood fear! I watched it again las night and realized that it was more of a psychological drama than a horror movie.

Mike J (au) wrote: Reminds me of 'Any Given Sunday', but from the players end.

Stephen D (ag) wrote: Up there with Stillman's best. I thought he was done making movies, and then this little treat of a film seems to pop out of no where. His writing is still as top notch, deadpan hilarious, and as witty as ever. This may not be the film that The Last Days of Disco was, but it doesn't need to be. Great film,

michael b (ca) wrote: do you really want 2 hang out wth the guys ?